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I’m RedHat Linux!
Which OS are You?
Couldn’t have gotten a better answer….
"People have difficulty getting to know you. Once you finally open your shell they’re Apt to love you."
I’m Max OS X.
You tend to be fashionable and clever despite being a bit transparent. Now that you’ve reached some stability you’re expecting greater popularity.
That is not me! It’s a FRAUD! A FRAUD!
P. S. Dave — Amiga OS is not the best OS ever. I can’t even figure it out on Amiga Forever. It’s obtuse! Give me lO “0:*” any day! 😛 😛
P. P. S. Are you going to buy one of the new Amiga machines?
Seeing as the new Amiga machines will be released the day after King Arthur returns to re-take the British throne, probably not. I’m sure I can emulate the Amiga hardware faster on x86 than the new hardware will run it anyway.
And what’s not to understand on Amiga Forever? It’s just like an old Mac, except its multitasking works and you can get to a command line if you need it.
And you ended up OS X, eh? Tee hee hee.
Okay, the King Arthur crack had me laughing out loud. 🙂
The lack of a product from the "new" Amiga makes you wonder how they’re even staying in business. I know they shipped a few actual models out with their SDK but hadn’t heard much since.
"Ahead of your time. You keep a lot of balls in the air. If only your parents had given you more opportunities to succeed."
Do I not have anything better to be doing while building systems, anyway? A pleasant diversion, but I guess I better get back to the salt mine.
Hey, considering how long XP takes to install and the number of reboots — I don’t know, I read Stephen King’s "Wolves of Calla" while reformatting and reloading two systems.
I hardly think a few quiz questions are a time sink. 🙂
(Dave’s computer can’t add: Your last comment was 45 seconds ago. This site requires at least 45 seconds between comments. :))